A few minutes spent in a sauna now and then is known to trigger blood flow, release endorphins, and improve physical and mental health. These homes have saunas that—with their clean-lined wood planks, soothing natural aromas, and often striking volcanic-like coals—are bound to banish the winter blues.
Orem, Utah | Kerry Oman, Summit Sotheby’s International Realty
This exquisite Neo-Georgian townhouse offers timeless elegance and magnificent living spaces. Originally constructed in 1872 by the notable architect John Prague, the home’s interiors are beautifully designed by Ronald Bricke.
Most dreams of living “la dolce vita” involve an escape to the Italian countryside, but this magnificent 12,247-square-foot villa in Southern California affords a more approachable stateside version of the sweet life. The centerpiece of the 4.18-acre property, ensconced in the rolling hills of Montecito, is a home of majestic proportions and style, enveloped by stately cypress and native trees and dramatic, colorful grounds.
As we continue to keep our social gatherings small and spaced out, homeowners are looking for safe and inventive ways to come together through the winter holidays. The change in seasons also means outdoor socials are not as easily orchestrated as they were in the summer, and gathering indoors requires space for safe socializing.
As the landscape of the world continues to change every day, people are looking closely for investment opportunities. Placing their quality of life at the forefront of their decision making, some of these investments will inevitably mean relocation to a new home – and potentially even a new country. In this continuing series we’ll explore destinations around the world with benefits like residency and citizenship by investment programs, tax incentives, and more, as well as hear from local experts throughout the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand network along the way.
In Paris in 1908, Albert Dupuy revolutionized cooking with his invention of the La Cornue oven. The tradition of excellence and elegance continues today, in ranges made by hand, in labor-intensive processes undertaken by specialist craftspeople. The results are both exceptional appliances and eye-catching works of art.
In a world where reaching people where they are becomes increasingly competitive every day, Sotheby’s International Realty is excited to give its agents the ability to do so like never before.
Rougemont, North Carolina | Gilliam Kittrell, Hodge & Kittrell Sotheby’s International Realty
A classicism more typical of a handsome English manor characterizes this 10,203-square-foot home on a half-acre corner lot in Houston’s exclusive Tanglewood neighborhood. Stately stonework, elegant arches, precisely pitched rooflines, and manicured trees and shrubs conjure an ambience of regal refinement.